Last week we published a two-page comparison of the capital budgets that have been passed by the Senate and House.
New today is a more detailed look at the proposals: Senate- and House-Passed Capital Budgets Include About $1 Billion for Public Schools. Briefly:
The House and Senate have each passed capital budgets, but they differ by $157 million. In a new policy brief, we provide a side-by-side comparison of some of the major provisions of each proposal.
In a new policy brief, we take a look at the House-passed operating budget. Briefly:
In a new policy brief, we provide a short comparison of the 2017-19 operating budget proposals, as passed by the Senate and House.
In a new policy brief, we provide a side-by-side comparison of the education funding plans that have been proposed by the governor and Legislature. This is an update of the comparison we published last month.
In a new policy brief, we look at Washington's Steady Move to an Economic Nexus Standard for Taxes.
There are now four major education funding plans circulating: Gov. Inslee's proposal, the House-passed ESHB 1843, the Senate-passed SSB 5607, and SB 5825 (a proposal from Sen. Mullet).
In a new policy brief, we provide a side-by-side comparison of the four plans. Briefly:
In a new special report, we take a look at Washington's tax appeals process. Here's the executive summary:
Last week we published a policy brief on Gov. Inslee's education funding proposal and HB 1843 (which has since been passed by the House). Today we have a new brief on SSB 5607, the Senate-passed education funding bill.
In a new policy brief we discuss Gov. Inslee's plan to comply with the McCleary decision on school funding as well as HB 1843, which was passed by the House Appropriations Committee earlier this month.